Salisbury Steak the Lazy Man’s Way


    Have you ever made Salisbury Steak? This recipe is super easy and has awesome flavor. We grew up having this at least once a week and mom made it taste really good. You get to enjoy all the goodies with this recipe: garlic, bacon, mushrooms, onion to name a few. Check it out and make a batch tonight.


    Who cares if it's hot outside because this meal is a hit no matter what time of the year it is. Grab a plate and enjoy a serving or two. You won't be disappointed.

    For The Full List Of Ingredients & The Step By Step Directions To Follow Please Head On Over To The Next Page Where We Show You How To Put Everything Together…

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    156 thoughts on “Salisbury Steak the Lazy Man’s Way

    1. When I make Salsibur steak, meatloaf or meatballs, I test for seasoning by making a small meatball, like the size of a cherry tomato, and microwave it for 1 minute (or panfry) then taste. Before you cook it all, make sure it’s seasoned. If it’s bland, chances are it’s lacking some salty flavor. I usually add some soy sauce, a few dashes of Worcestershire, maybe a Tbl of A-1 steak sauce. (With meatloaf, it’s ketchup flavor that may be added, and for Italian meatballs, garlic and Parmesan – either will boost the flavor.)
      Montreal Steak seasoning is a good flavor to add, also. After it’s seasoned well, then form your meat patties, meatballs or meatloaf. If you want to make Swedish meatballs in gravy, you could adapt this recipe. Just add a pinch (literally, tiny amount) of ground cloves to the meat mixture, if you like a different taste, then brown meatballs and finish cooking in gravy. Add about 1/2 cup of sour cream the last 15 minutes of cooking and stir GENTLY, or you’ll smooth the meatballs. This can be done in a crockpot or a roaster pan in the oven. Easy and tastes good. Sliced mushrooms added to the gravy of the Salisbury steak or done as Swedish meatballs is a nice upgrade. Buttered noodles or mashed potatoes is a good side, but boiled, buttered potatoes, with fresh parsley or fresh dill goes nicely with either the Salisbury steak or Swedish meatballs.

    2. I don’t understand why it’s lazy either. I also don’t understand why it would use gravy mix instead of scratch when it roasts the garlic and caramelizes the onions then mushrooms. Still looks good though and I’d try a ‘meatloaf’ version.

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